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Kawak (Storm)

Rainstorm photo by cfaria 108 [CC BY-SA 4.0 via Wikimedia Commons]

Within the Maya Sacred Count of Days the daysign known as Kawak represents the transformative power of Rain. This is symbolic of the rain god Chac, the catalyst behind the clouds, lightning, thunder, and heavy rainfall that combine to create an intense “water blessing” that purifies and transforms, leading to an abundance of new life. Although Kawak generally translates as “Storm” it is also associated with compassion.

Our jewelry items that are representative of Kawak include one-of-a-kind porcelain pendants, some strung on cord, some beaded, some silver-backed, and some multi-fired with lustres. “Monumental” style items are those with the little “feet”. “Codex” style items are those without the “feet”. Sterling silver pendants are also available, along with personalized pieces. Click here for a Date Decoder to find the Maya Calendar equivalent to your date of birth.



Corded Porcelain Pendants


Beaded Porcelain Pendants


Special Edition


Sterling Silver Daysigns

*Please contact us if you would like to order this with something other than what is shown (eg. One Kawak, Two Kawak, Three Kawak, etc.)